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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21492] - Bad file size in disk cache for large css files
Date Thu, 23 Sep 2004 11:18:01 GMT
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Bad file size in disk cache for large css files





------- Additional Comments From ruediger.pluem@vodafone.com  2004-09-23 11:18 -------
I checked this with 2.0.51 and it is only partially fixed. It should work with
local files, but it does not work if
the length of the content to be cached is unknown and the file is large as it is
the case if you cache large dynamic
content originally created by Tomcat. And this is what I am doing. I try to
lower the load on the Tomcats by caching
large files generated by Tomcat that are valid for some time via mod_cache on
the webserver.


The problem is that in this case we get to line 663 of mod_disk_cache.c as the
condition in line 661 is true in
any case (content written completely to file or only partially because the
connection has been aborted).
So this operation is handled as successful caching of the request in any case
even if the content was only
saved partially.


Nevertheless the changes to mod_disk_cache provide an better environment now for
the needed changes so I provide
an updated version of my patch for 2.0.51.

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